Tomra was awarded the prestigious ”Best Company – Nordics” award at an event held at Nasdaq in Stockholm on November 29th. Autoliv and Atlas Copco received Honorary Awards for best company during the 20 years that the study has been conducted. Emmett Harrison, SVP Investor Relations Swedish Match, was presented an Honorary Award for Best IRO (having won the individual award seven times). Congratulations!

Read full Press Release here: PM_Regi_Nasdaq_IR_NordicMarkets_2017

WINNERS ”IR NORDIC MARKETS 2017”:

SWEDEN:

Best Company
1. Volvo
2. SEB
3. SAS

Best CEO
1. Thule Group, Magnus Welander
2. Volvo, Martin Lundstedt
3. Sandvik, Björn Rosengren

Best IRO
1. SAS, Björn Tibell, Head of Investor Relations
2. Skanska, André Löfgren, SVP Investor Relations
3. Swedish Match, Emmett Harrison, SVP Investor Relations

NORWAY:

Best Company
1. TOMRA (also best overall in the Nordics)
2. Borregaard
3. DNB

Best CEO
1. Borregaard, Per A. Sørlie
2. TOMRA, Stefan Ran-strand
3. Norsk Hydro, Svein Richard Brandtzæg

Best IRO
1. Höegh LNG, Erik Folkeson, Head of IR
1. SAS, Björn Tibell, Head of Investor Relations
3. Borregaard, Jørn Syvertsen, Director Investor Relations

FINLAND:

Best company
1. Kemira
2. Huhtamäki
3. Cargotec

Best CEO
1. Huhtamäki, Jukka Moisio
2. Sampo, Kari Stadigh
3. Elisa, Veli-Matti Mattila

Best IRO
1. Cargotec, Hanna-Maria Heikkinen, VP Investor Relations
2. Kemira, Olli Turunen, VP Investor Relations
3. Sampo, Jarmo Salonen, Head of Investor Relations
3. Nordea Bank, Rodney Alfvén, Head of Investor Relations

DANMARK:

Best Company
1. Tryg
2. SAS
3. FLSmidth & Co

Best CEO
1. Danske Bank, Thomas F. Borgen
2. Tryg, Morten He
3. FLSmidth & Co, Thomas Schulz

Best IRO
1. SAS, Björn Tibell, Head of Investor Relations
2. Tryg, Gianandrea Roberti , Investor Relations Officer
3. Nordea Bank, Rodney Alfvén, Head of Investor Reslations

NORDICS:

Best Companies (in relation to one another)
1. Tomra (NO)
2. Tryg (DK)
3. Kemira (FI)
4. Volvo (SE)